FIM Endurance World Championship: Success for BMW teams during Oschersleben.
The 8-hour competition during Oschersleben (GER) was a penultimate turn of
a 2018/19 deteriorate in a FIM Endurance World Championship (FIM EWC).
The long-distance competition was hold as partial of “German Speedweek”. The
Fany Gastro BMW Motorrad by MERCURY RACING patrol was a best-placed
BMW group in fifth place overall. The #21 BMW S 1000 RR was ridden by
Karel Hanika (CZE), Ondřej Ježek (CZE) and Ladislav Chmelik (CZE).
Oschersleben was a final competition in a Superstock class, a FIM
Endurance World Cup. The GERT56 by GS YUASA team, with Stefan
Kerschbaumer (AUT), Lucy Glöckner (GER) and Pepijn Bijsterbosch (NED),
was in a thick of a pretension competition right down to a final round. At
a finish of a remarkably tighten championship, a group finished
runner-up in a altogether sequence – turn on points with the
winners (45 points each). The team’s #56 RR finished 13th
altogether and seventh in a Superstock category in a 8-hour Oschersleben race.
International German Championship: Mikhalchik wins during Oschersleben.
The International German Championship (IDM) also featured on a bill
during “German Speedweek” during Oschersleben (GER), where it hold a second
eventuality of a season. It was another successful weekend for a BMW S
1000 RR riders in a IDM. In Friday’s subordinate session, Julian
Puffe (GER / alpha Racing-Van-Zon-BMW) cumulative stick position forward of
his team-mate Ilya Mikhalchik (UKR) in second place. The dual races
were hold on Saturday. Mikhalchik set a fastest path of competition one en
track to his second win of a deteriorate on a new RR. Puffe assimilated him
on a lectern in third place. Dutchman Pepijn Bijsterbosch came home
fifth. Race dual yielded some-more lectern formula for a BMW racers.
Mikhalchik finished runner-up, again environment a fastest path of the
race. Bijsterbosch was third, followed by Puffe in fourth place. Jan
Mohr (AUT) also finished in a tip 10 in both races, with a ninth
and an eighth place to his name. Marc Neumann (GER) was tenth in competition two.
Canadian Superbike Championship: Win series dual of a season
for Ben Young.
Ben Young (CAN) continues his winning run in a Canadian Superbike
Championship (CSBK). After holding feat during a opening turn at
Shannonville (CAN), a BMW racer also won competition dual of a deteriorate at
Grand Bend (CAN). Young started from stick position and, after some
stirring battles for a lead, emerged winning to take his second
win of a season. “It was a illusory race,” pronounced Young. “I knew that
Jordan Szoke was right on my heels a whole time and that a last
dilemma would be essential again. The BMW S 1000 RR was perfect, so it
was only down to me to do my best to keep him behind me. We now want
to continue where we left off currently during a third competition of a season.”
Young has been a tip supplement in each event of a deteriorate so far.
Michael Leon (CAN) came home fifth, Samuel Trepanier (CAN / Blysk
Racing) was seventh and Jeff Williams (CAN) eighth.